Tubal Ligation
Tubal Reversal

What can a woman with a tubal ligation do to conceive and deliver a healthy baby?


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2011-05-31 02:39:27
2011-05-31 02:39:27

She needs to talk to a doctor about having it reversed. It will cost about 8000 dollars and there probably isn't an insurance that will cover any of it. And it's not always 100% reversable. There is a chance that it won't be reversed successfully.

Have you considered IVF? its cheaper than having the tubal reversed.


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Yes, it is possible to get pregnant after a tubal ligation. In rare instances the tubal ligation does not work and you may get pregnant but the instance of ectopic rate is very high and a doctor should be consulted right away. IVF is also available for those who want to conceive after a tubal ligation. This can be very expensive and many cannot afford. Tubal ligation reversal surgery is also an option. As proven in the Tubal Ligation Reversal Pregnancy Report 2009 this treatment has a better overall pregnancy success rate. Not only is it less taxing to the woman's body it is less expensive.

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